Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour in Cartersville, GA – Beermaster Tour
This message is for 21+ Taking a tour of something new and different is always a lot of fun, but taking an Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour in the Cartersville, GA brewery may just top the list. If you ever have the opportunity to join in on the “Beermaster Tour”, do so. Not only is it a great way to see the inner workings of how a brewery operates, it’s also a great way to sample some really delicious and freshly brewed beer. Have you ever had a beer that was literally only moments old? If not, the Beermaster Tour is for you. We were provided complimentary tickets for this review but all opinions are our own.
Exclusive First Look at the Anheuser–Busch Pop-up Brewery Tour
While the brewery tour hasn’t been officially open to the public since 2015, this summer some exciting things are happening! With the brewery located on 1,700 acres, there is a ton of information to see and process on the tour and the Cartersville, GA location is opening its doors to share everything with you!
Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour – Satisfy your cravings for great beer
Each brewery tour lasts anywhere from 60-90 minutes and is packed full of a ton of great information. Wear close-toed comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk about the inside of the brewery for the entire duration. The tour is guided and they’ll be plenty of opportunities for sampling along the way. Helpful hint? Don’t forget your ID! No matter your age, you won’t be able to participate in any samples without it!
Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour – Ages 13 and Over Only
For 21 plus years of age, the main focus of the tour tends to be the sampling of the different variety of beers. While that is great and definitely a bonus, keep in mind that children 13 and up are also able to join in on the tour to learn about the brewery and how it operates. (obviously no sampling for anyone under the age of 21) If you have a child under the age of 13, plan ahead because no one who is younger than 13 is allowed to join in on the Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour.
Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour – Available All Year
While the tours are open and available all year long, the days are limited to book. During the month of August, there are only two days (the 5th and the 31st) where tours will be given and open to the public. It’s a good idea to plan ahead and book early as they fill up quickly. Booking online is an easy option and can be done here. Keep in mind that reservations are required.
Cost: $25 for visitors 21+ ; $10 for visitors ages 13-20
During the tour, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions while visiting all the varying stations in the process of making and packing the beer for distribution. To say it’s interesting is an understatement! After this tour, you’ll be jam-packed full of knowledge about breweries and the incredible process that it takes to get just one beer or 6-pack out on the market for purchase.
The next time that you order a beer at a restaurant or other outing, you’ll know exactly what the process was from start to finish to be able to have that beer bottled (or canned) and sitting in front of you.
Anheuser-Busch Drinking Water
I love the fact that Anheuser Busch gives back to the community, especially during natural disasters. Working with the American Red Cross, did you know that Anheuser Busch has provided emergency drinking water effected by Hurricane Matthew victims last year and to those affected by wildfires in California? Last year, they also sent over 150,000 cans to victims effected by Harvey. Helping communities through times of need has been an Anheuser-Busch commitment since 1906.
Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour – Good to the Last Drop
Did you know that Anheuser Busch produced over 20 different products out on the market available for purchase? During the tour of the 90,000 square foot facility, there’s a good chance that you’ll see a number of them being made.
Once the touring of the inside of the brewery is complete, let the taste testing commence. You’ll be given the option to enjoy some of their most notorious brews, fresh off the assembly line. Taking an Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour is a great way to spend the day. Gather up a few of your friends and make it a fun outing to experience together!
— Winona Rogers (@southern_family) July 7, 2018
100 Busch Drive,
Cartersville, GA 30120
Reserve online here.